SG Dynamo Dresden: Müller leaves training camp due to injury

Sven Müller, who has 167 caps for the national team and 177 games in the Bundesliga with Eintracht Frankfurt and Freiburg, will be replaced by Dynamo Dresden's reserve goalkeeper Lukas Ruler.

With the offense of stammer goalkeeper Sven Müller, the SG Dynamo Dresden must accept a bitter setback right at the start of its training school in Belem. The 26-year-old hurt his left knee in the very first exercise unit on Tuesday and was then given an obvious hospital for assessment, the SGD announced on its site.

Müller got stuck in the yard

Sadly, Sven got stuck in the lawn during an exercise during goalkeeper training and twisted his knee, explains Dynamo's head coach Markus Begin. The intensity of the injury still needed to be lastly figured out, however it was right away clear that an extension of the training is out of the question for him until more notification. After consultation with team doctor Dr. Nays al-Sadiq and the medical department of the SGD, the dresden goalkeeper went back to Germany on Wednesday morning and will exist in the coming days for the last diagnosis and more treatment at knee professional Dr. med. Peter Schäferhoff in Cologne.


Müller displaced Drama to the bench and has come to four objectives to date

While Müller was only a replacement goalkeeper at the start of the 3rd department season, he moved between the posts of the dynamo box from the 14th match day and pressed Stefan Drama onto the bench. Both goalkeepers pertained to Dresden totally free of charge in summer.

Müller had to get four times in four games.


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